In the most recent update from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), it was reported that 6,202 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Colorado. This is 547 additional cases compared to yesterday.

Editor’s Note: Prior days, the following number of cases were added in the daily report: 226 cases on Wednesday; 257 cases on Tuesday; 222 cases on Monday; 385 cases on Sunday; 392 cases on Saturday; 445 cases on Friday; 386 on Thursday

Statewide, 1,221 (+59 since yesterday) individuals have been hospitalized and 226 COVID-19-related deaths have occurred, with 33 added to that list in the latest daily report. There have been 31,180 people tested, with the virus found in 56 of Colorado’s 64 counties. In total, 54 outbreaks (+10 since last daily report) have occurred in residential and non-hospital care facilities. Note that CDPHE updates are reported a day late.

The state-accepted model predicts that anywhere from 900 to 33,000 COVID-19 deaths could occur, while another model shows that the peak may have already passed. That being said, some experts think that the peak of COVID-19 in Colorado could still be months away.

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The reported cases are distributed among age groups below:

  • 0-9: 1.10% (68; 6 hospitalized)
  • 10-19: 2.02% (125; 5 hospitalized)
  • 20-29: 13.64% (845; 38 hospitalized; 1 death)*
  • 30-39: 16.29% (1,008; 90 hospitalized, 2 deaths)
  • 40-49: 15.96% (981; 139 hospitalized, 9 deaths)
  • 50-59: 18.43% (1,130; 232 hospitalized, 13 deaths)
  • 60-69: 14.67% (888; 247 hospitalized, 22 deaths)
  • 70-79: 9.96% (561; 209 hospitalized, 57 deaths)
  • 80+: 7.51% (344; 123 hospitalized, 122 deaths)
  • Unknown: 0.42% (26)

* This is the first death to be reported in this age range

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Below you’ll find how many cases are in each county:

  • Adams: 475
    • 16 deaths (+2 deaths)*
  • Alamosa: 7
    • 2 deaths (+2 deaths)*
  • Arapahoe: 877
    • 24 deaths (+5)*
  • Archuleta: 6
  • Baca: 9
  • Boulder: 217
    • 7 deaths (+4 deaths)*
  • Broomfield: 61
    • 2 deaths
  • Chaffee: 26
    • 3 deaths (+1 death)*
  • Clear Creek: 10
  • Costilla: 3
  • Crowley: 1
    • 1 death
  • Custer: 2
  • Delta: 6
    • 1 death
  • Denver: 1,031
    • 38 deaths (+5)*
  • Douglas: 270
    • 10 deaths (+2 deaths)*
  • Eagle: 394
    • 5 deaths
  • El Paso: 534
    • 32 deaths (+2)*
  • Elbert: 10
    • 1 death
  • Fremont: 5
  • Garfield: 50
    • 2 deaths (+1 death)*
  • Gilpin: 1
  • Grand: 4
  • Gunnison: 99
    • 1 death
  • Hinsdale: 1
  • Huerfano: 1
  • Jefferson: 660
    • 25 deaths (+2)*
  • Kit Carson: 6
  • La Plata: 37
  • Lake: 4
  • Larimer: 174
    • 9 deaths (+1 death)*
  • Las Animas: 2
  • Lincoln: 1
  • Logan: 13
  • Mesa: 32
  • Mineral: 2
  • Moffat: 3
  • Montezuma: 8
    • 1 death
  • Montrose: 38
    • 3 deaths
  • Morgan: 44
  • Otero: 5
  • Ouray: 4
    • 1 death (+1 death)*
  • Park: 5
  • Phillips: 4
  • Pitkin: 39
    • 2 deaths
  • Prowers: 1
  • Pueblo: 48
    • 2 deaths
  • Rio Blanco: 1
  • Rio Grande: 5
  • Routt: 32
  • Saguache: 3
  • San Miguel: 11
  • Summit: 57
  • Teller: 12
    • 1 death
  • Washington: 2
  • Weld: 614
    • 36 deaths (+6)*
  • Yuma: 2
  • Unknown or pending: 233
    • 1 death out-of-state

*(shows increase in number from prior daily report)

When it comes to sex, male residents of Colorado have accounted for 47.87% of cases and female residents have accounted for 51.56% of cases, with .56% of cases unknown. Males, however, have accounted for 60.62% of deaths, while females have accounted for 39.38% of deaths.

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